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  • AllyMcReal ·
    Novus ordo seclorum, Bob. It's a new order of things here! I am signed in, but I don't use facebook or Google. I can't respond to even my own post! Are you able to post replies OK?
    franksL79 ·
    How are you ? I have been retired from my company. I am waiting for surgery again, my neck on the right side blood flow is 80% restricted. Call me sometime 604-363-0404
    jdbingtown ·
    Hi Bob,

    Thank you for replying to me! I am eyeing a 1966 Chevy II Nova SS that was reportedly assemble at GM's production plant in Oshawa, Ontario. It was built with the L79 engine option which has reportedly registered with the Canadian L79 Registry. The registry number is 0110. I would like to get a hold of all of the information included with this registry number (0110).

    Thanks and best regards,
    Jim
    tomnutter ·
    Bob,

    As a follow up to my request for the OEM spiral shock paint color, I found what I believe is it. I found the Blue/Gray paint from Quanta sold through GasTanks.com to be exactly what i've seen in manvy photos of authentic restoration 66/67 Nova's. I just finished the repaint and the color looks great. Just thought you might be interested.
    tomnutter ·
    Good morning. I've been search the site for advise on repainting the spiral type of rear shocks on my nova. It's a grey color. Any advise?
    tomnutter ·
    Bob can you look at my post regarding my trunk lid and hinge issue I just posted in the body section of the site ?
    thedez ·
    Bob,
    I was able to link up with Frank Burns. He will look the wagon over for me. He knew the owner that sold it to the current owner, and said it is a very solid car. I really appreciate your help. Hopefully things will work out and I will finally get my wagon.
    thedez
    Dale Gilmour
    thedez ·
    I put out a call for anyone in the Vancouver area and have received no replies. Do you know of any car guys in the area that might be interested in looking at the wagon for me? I checked, and I can fly from here to Seattle, round trip, for $323.00 Of course I would need to rent a car and drive to Vancouver, and probably stay overnight at least one night. I would like someone to just look over the car. I'm not looking for an expert, just someone who can appreciate a quality build when they see one. Maybe someone who is familiar with paint. The car is supposed to have been taken down to bare metal and repainted. I'm looking for any signs of over spray, or short cuts taken. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I am willing to pay $200.00 dollars (US). I can be contacted by phone @ 563-340-5957 or by e-mail @ [email protected] My name is Dale Gilmour. Thanks!
    tomnutter ·
    Hi Bob,

    Not sure if you saw my post regarding the correct factory routing of exhaust for my 1967 Nova SS with the 283 motor. Lots like the dual exhaust currently installed terminate just being the rear wheels. Is that the correct routing.
    thedez ·
    Bob,
    I'm considering purchasing a Nova in Canada. I live in the US. Can you give me a brief outline as to importing a car from Canada, and how to best transfer funds? Thanks!
    Brooksey ·
    Hi Bob
    I have a chance to buy a 65 four door driver that needs a new engine for 5000. Trim is gone. Are they rare? Thanks Dan
    swigj ·
    There was a L79 like this one from the Roswell Ga area that sold a few years ago thought it might be the same one. I knew it went out state maybe Texas .
    swigj ·
    Do you know what happend to the post about the blue L79 Sport Coupe we were talking about yesterday
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